Executive Suites

Dedicated office spaces in Downtown Boise!

Available office spaces! Beautiful office spaces comes fully furnished, with room to make the space your own. Features include: - Desk with key-locked drawers and office chairs for you and your clients - Telephone - Fiber Internet Connection (60 mbs down/up) - Kitchen access (refrigerator, microwave, dishwasher, coffee maker, teapot, etc) - 24-hour video surveillance - Utilities and Janitorial Services included - On-site security & property management Located on the 14th floor of the prestigious Zions Bank Building at 8th and Main Street, in the heart of downtown Boise. Call Heather at 208.401.9200 for more information!

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Boise, ID

800 W. Main St. Suite 1460
Boise, ID 83702

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